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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDt TltE DAIM' IfKRAU) FKinAY. SEPTEMBER 111, 191U :BRINGING UP FATHER- By G. McManus 1 -SH 1. O. WMfcP- 1 -0 UKETO f I LIVERY We Meet All Tnlnl. Cllli. PkoMt: Special lutca en Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrlrfgc, AIU. 'i Lircry WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1M4 Nlghl Phone. 133i ind 1MB The Sport Page I garr. Account unsa'.islactorj' umpir- ing Calgary left field tn fourth same; games DOW I TV a all. Has been sug- Kesled leami play al Ked Deer! Ed rcomon refuses claiming flfih frame al Edmonlon. Wire colled your vote what action baseball lafce la order complete series." Cardsion! Sept. IT. Calgary PUYOFFfllS IT TUT niniTll J. Chmrn. Calgary: 1 A I IHh I API I III I According to rules governing play. inr iiHrilni same Eboilc) be in Ml IIII. UMI I I ML. -nu is m, Seci5ion. C. B. CHEE3EMAX. Amaleur Ruline Body Slops in _.. .Edmonton, Sept. 17. -T -j ir -li-L J.-ubown. L'a'gary: And Tells Hustlers Where Kifth, game, if be al To Head In 1 kdnmnlon. Veterans bare every rea- Want Eminent Jurist or the hsshV -always) -Jleuiciiie llai Sept 17 stood ace hirh with Ihe fans. It vzs UroT _, choTrrii a Tlead-oti-ilMeet concern for years, j game hc al Ed_. now it was monlon as original schedule, .J. W. McLANE. to anii no one Ecemed alive. Bn( it's different now and we take hats lo It. goTemink ____ body has had charge ;or tlie baseball! i Leroy j cbown. Calgary: championships and in that 'capacity j Only possible arrangement is B3 dls it had somelblpg lo say about yesterday. Order Calgary to war lbe._ .Hustlers at Krimonlon. lose the Eatarday at r Edmonton" ILej ranVp MEdcine'tlat, Sspl. 17. walked Qli Lhe field ia tbe .second Same.-'disputing ruling by Umps'i Garrison, who had been chosen by lhe Alberta brancli, C, to nYmllfl the stLfjieallon has been made by .Calcify officiate place at Kfd Calgary J undertaking to the But-thr A. A. U. in''ii will Irom the. following'from the CaJcirr l BEATTIB. Sepl. 17. '-ffty J. Cbawn, Calgary: I playing filth game in E onion and complying with rules al- atly drawn" up even Ibough" Calgary is already defaulted.. S'p other action would please the ''It looks as though Calgary H us tier's! general run flf tic fans of the province ...Will haTe to mikeVanaflier trip id Ed-] so much as .the above.: .'Great stuff, 'raojUon to play Deacon WlilleVVels. bo. Great stuff. Choim. secretary of the Alberta Amilenr Athletic nnibn yesterday sent a wire tp six; outside governors ot Lba union asking them for a decision aa fifth game of the bas6-lGet.s ;WrieS' end ot theni ;wired "bacX 'that the deciding game should be played In the capital '.city.'' Even should the siith governor .Trent the eame played in Heil Deer there would be five lo three fn favor of Edmonton. '-.Secretary Chown nrlll late action iais morning alter be has consulted ,-wilh Ihe.Husllers. 3hould the locals fall to go wilt bs' ordered lhe lo play home and home games with Edmonton for the 1919 championship. The lolloirinR IE a copy of Mr. telegram sent (o ihe Tarious fovernors and, the replies he received: "Ke flftb game Edmonton ,13.. Cal- [EASTERN 1 HATS -tf CAPS GRAY-DORT MOTORCARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING tk Ala Jick Co., Ltd. M Aw, tff. 1M4 DOOIN HAS TRICK PUTOUT, Wholt" Inlernationzl League Up irt Ifii'Air diaries S. Dooln bad the whole In- .eraalioDal -league up in the'air not long ago'. .The former manager of the Roadfng team is one of tbe quickest ;hinfcers In baseball. In a gams Kith Ilcchesler, Heading was aheaj by one run. Late In the garaB Rochester fillet Lhe1 bases, with two out. There tfere Lwo strike3' and three balls on (he batsman. was catching, turned around lo ITcnplre Siockdalc- anil BI sharp; we are going lo mil something." The pitcher wound up Tn manner and delivered a ball yelled "Funr antJ I Lhe runner "on- third walked toward plate: hou_ever, ran out and Ibe-runner with a. lag. Then ht turn ed to Stoclrdale and aaid: "This niai Js oal, because the pitcher wasn't on the mound when ho delivered the ball I had him slay off on purpose.'' To (he ronslernatron of Slockdale rcverfiert himself and the runner out, saving the game fo Reading. Managers, umpires anrt nlaj ers have h'ad a big argument eve since whelher DooJn and Slockdal ivcre Thfrc was a. sharp dl Terence of opin'.on. Everyone interested in D clean fast should turn out and see the Init- ial basketball session of this season at llie "Y" tonight. H is absolutely free loo, folks, and although that dMSu't weigh for much with true still It counts a good deal with many esteemed citizens. The ball will be started going strict- ly and figuratively speaking and It is petus BS will carry the "Y" basketball team to the top in provincial is lhe material here for ths best team in the iresl bul the bpya In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won. SO' Cincinnati' Xew York Piltsburg Brooklyn Uostqn 51 St. I.ouis Philadelphia 50 I-osl. 41 so (51 C4 G3 76 SO SI P.P. 691 .610 .o'JJ .519 .177 Babe Adims Going String PITTSDUHG Sept. Adams held N'ev Topic to three hits today, the loc- als winning, 7 to 0. New York n. 0 LI.111 ui IMC i lo succeed August Herrmann, be "peeled to put their best m icumbent b uic same if they do not receive 3up- Alr. Herrmann. who5e term spires I (rom the'Public- lt n Januarr, is president of the Gin-' So for lhe ]OTe J( m s innati baseball club, winners of the! to the .'fl-m lontght. this aln t National leaKue pennant; I are oln to Ever since lhe -EUjjgeslioii was made o Lave the chairman ot the commit- ion a nonowner the name of the udge has been frequently mentioned or the position, because of his repu- ation for 'sqoareDcss and his deep st tn pastinie. It vas ooi whether lhe Jurist rould acceni .liie [loaitlon. kee or nails, and LaXe it from us a lew tow.ia ID this soulh bust open .CIOLR Tomorrow afUrno'on la (lie dale of oi tbc GoJf club iea. Supt. Penne- :ather, ihc presiUent, and Mrs.LPenne- fathcr, tie al to all'golfers and tlietr from 2 olclock till So please accept this invitation ;o be present, enjoy lhe get inlo_ tbe mixed foursome.' sandwiches, cake and golt all ,n one say we are going.' Away dull care; Enlries (or the mixed foursome will DC taken from 3 till One round, (wo balls, medal play. if. f. A A country who are laboring under de- lusions as to Iheir wonderful basket- ball aggregations In addition to re- ceiving a rafle awakening, are goinB lo have Iheir pelts lacked to lh.3 wall lhe winlcr is ,t Cast your lamus over lhe line-up ow and see it it doh'i "look pretty good. Irwiii. 'Capt.. leorge Young. Harry lludson. W. udgc, Paul. >uu5wrorlh, Capt., Irish Kane, Lelgb-- Snow, G..Morrison. And reinemter too; th'al.the are aging a' Hair pulling strictly'barred allbotigtra little L'li escape tbe vigilant .eye of tbe referee. Hoireverr (nil.may add apica lo tte evening cniertainboepl so fir ly Ihe jpeclalors are The ,Vo leam are as-follows: Murray, Capt., F. Lylc, M. Winters, B. Bollou. P. Steakley. Perry, Capi., B.-HuUon, T. Nobles. J, The first Eamc'slaris al 1.15 sharp in order to allow those -who arc lak part lima enough to get ready for Hie big dance. Those who lure re- rcfved Inritations please do not fr-rgsl him for they mual be presented a! GOLF DREAMS- [H.V j. 3. K.) LEONARD WINS N, J., Sept. Demi KOrld'3 lightweight uoxin champion, outfought Johnny Dunde ot New YorX, In an eight-round bou here tpnlchl. iSJLhoiigli Dunilec carnd the honors (n only one round, fie fought bard throughout and puzzled the champion wllh his Jumplng-jack Leonard weighed 135 1-2 pounds, fl7e more Uian hia opponent. Lermard hsrf the In the round and early in the second nent A right to the head. Dundee reigned RroKginesa for few seconds and then suddenly rushed and almost carried off his feel vr-'.V. aliick Dun dee' J hlows lacked direction In the Ihlrd, which was even. .Leonard look Ibo fourth by a shade and led (n remaining 'casiona. In the ECTcntTi he doubled Punrtee up wilh a hard body blow but failed in the final round In an effort lo send orer a knocfcont. It was meL v v L. i -wcnl out lo 'the golf club, went dov.n a lairs into lockei room, evened my steel locfcer. donned my golt tos--.; lalked to.a. couple the hoys who were, enjoying Ihe showers. aTler their .round; went up Malm to the reading.room, no of my partner went to ihe him alright, walked across the hallj room to the screened porch, selected t lounging chair, reclined ray six feel or thinness my lefi loc so it rang Ihe hell, ordered tea and lossl ween the Jap arrived, to the pro. whom I SAW coming out o (he cacMie house it ne had any apald ings for sale; onlnred; two, my caddy; got up, speared, arouni for a Scotch highball or even a rca beer, nnlhln' doln'i "went (o tin steward's drafc, .got so'njc, cigaretTcs paw from the 'glasred conserrBlory overlooking UIR lakc.lhatmy partne had just rustic bridge and i waa coming up lhe paved drive.' I crossed llic verandah, started down ho steps to tlie practice putting1 green, and darned If I didn't stumble over a match, fell headlong' down, down, down! Then I woke up! It was only a Dang these dreams, we liad been Ihlnkitig or lhe PrcsMenl's and Mrs. 1'cnnefalher'a At Home for golfers on Saturday afternoon, 2 to 6, an'1 we are ccrlain- b" going lo be on deck. All golfers 1 friends arc hereby Invited to lie present. Get Inlo the two-ball mixed [ouriomc. E. 2 1 1 aud Clncy Trims Brooklyn CIXCINNATI. Sept. The new champions of the National League won from Brooklyn today, 2 Lo 0. Brooklyn H. o 2 t Eller B. Cadore and Kreuger; Wingo. .two N'fiUonal League AMERICAN Won. Chicago........ SG Cleveland .....i- 13 UelrolL......... 75 71 Uosloni......... C3 St. I.ouis Washington...... 5i Philadelphia..... 31 Lost. 4G CC 5S lit! on SO SS I'.C. .5711 .550 .45? .471 .393 .255 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work A TVrltlen for Tear and Hall .with NIT' J. D. THOMPSON Phoni League Leader? Defeated NEW YORK, Sepl. York defeated Chicago lierc lotlay in the last game scheduled between these two clubs Ibis vear a score of B to 1. It. H. B. Chlcaco 4 a 2 Xew York S '11 IICT ley, fFrflm Our Own :ONKFOUR, Sept. C. Wil, of Sage-VCreek, threshed, out bushels of vIieM, and is nijsy plowing Ihe land again eight inches deep. A machine 15 expected- in. soon to threeb the Onefour crop, and the yield is aomc quarters will be very satis- factory. Some discontent has been he.inl at the action of the government in filing the price of but as considerable of the local crop will he absorbed for sect} that matter may adjust ilself. N. Current has invited the 17. F. A. local to meet at his place, in and help him cat up n lot of water- melons thai lie raised in spite of the drouth. We hope to be there. .Mayer and Schdlk: Maya and Ileul. Semi-Pro Defeated PHILADELPHIA Sept, a local semi-pro pitcher, made ms